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shipment of Young Men's
Suits, among which are
some handsome Norfolk*
in Browns and Grays
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yIIII IflS!! BRAND Raincoats came
SJ?Jtt3 HHl.ri in this week, everyone
vjlfli StS? of them guaranteed. Let
W*fl Hlpfi us show you
Hlf Clothcraft Belted
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/FffliiW back Overcoats
jgjMitj h*\lj Are very popular. An
il^ (N('^^^f^ other shipment of them
Jk^X\ "~~ will arrive this week.
Some wonderful values
*^Bf in this lot.
Fur Coats anlS ep Ulcers
Are in stock—waiting your call.
Emerson Mercantile Co.
"The Quality Store**
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT,
OLD AGE, FIDELITY,
Abo agent for Steamship tickets.
M. J. CHAPMAN, Agt.
Room 15, First Nat'l Bank Blk.
& Storage Co.
J. P. Dnthie, Manager
Brick, Lime, Cement and Band.
We make a specialty of moving
household goods and pianos.
Call on us and give us a trial.
Office. 907 Qraud si.
Each day from October
18th to Oct. 24th
to the Rich Black foot and
Nevada Valleys of Montana.
Rainfall same as at Pullman.
These valleys are entirely sur
rounded by mountains, which
tempers the climate. Land
sold on easy terms.
Railroad fare for round trip
Write us for literature and
Wm. Porter & Co.
Pullman, - Waihington
Buy Martin's Best Flour, made!
from Big Bead Bluentem Wheat, at
Duthie's —$5 per bbl. OclONvl4l
1506 Star Route St. Phone 69
AND "1!" STXDS IOK "IS"
We sincerely hope between us
There will never he a fuss.
WE WILL IKY
SUCH BREAD TO BAKE (
SUCH KINS, SUCH PIES, SUCH
Thai you'll lute no excuse to make
And that our trade may continue
Phone 204 H. M. BECK, Prop.
Neuralgia of the face, shoulders,,
hands, or feet requires a powerful
remedy that will penetrate the flesh.
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT pos
sesses that power. Rubbed in vhere
the pain is felt is all that is neces
sary to relieve suffering and restore
j normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c,
aid $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Watt's
Stock ranches to trade for good
wheat land. Give full description in
first letter. Address "News," Wi
nona, Wash. Sepl9oct3l
I EWARTSVILLE f
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M. L. Davis spent last Wednesday
with his wife at the V. L. Higgins
Mildred Klemgard spent last
Thursday night with Fern Lyle.
Grandmother Davidson spent sev
eral days last week at the W. VV.
Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Eaton have
moved to Pullman in order that the
girls may attend the Pullman
The Misses Maude Helm and Beth
Bolsinger of Pullman and Belle ._g
gins and Cleo Greer and Leßoy
Rucker were guests at the .1. M.
Klemgard home Sunday.
W. C. Kamerrer spent Sunday
with his sister Miss Nellie Kamerrer.
Mrs. James Pendry spent a few
tiays the last of the week in Pullman.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Kamerrer and
Mrs. Kamerrer's mother, Mrs. Oel
rich. were Moscow visitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert West have
rented a farm between Moscow and
uenesee and have moved there.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Naffziger left
Tuesday for an extended trip in the
Mr. and Mrs. Tabor LaFollette
have moved onto the W. L. LaFol
lette farm recently vacated by the
Miss lna Batty was the guest of
Miss Nellie Kamerrer Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Klemgard and
Mrs. Nat Bryant were Colfax visitors
.Air. and Mrs. C. D. Martin returned
home Monday from Spokane after
visiting Mr. Martin's brother for sev
Mrs. Keith, mother of Mrs. C. O.
Kellogg, has been quite ill with bron
chitis. She is now at Wawawai with
her sister. Mrs. William Batty.
Whitman Pomona No. 2 will meet
at Albion on October 31. All mem
bers and officers are urged to go.
The first meeting of grange was
held Monday night. A small crowd
was present. It is hoped that all
who can will be present at the next
meeting, as there will be very im
portant business to transact.
K. L. Hollenbeck left Tuesday for
Garfield to spend seeral days visiting
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kincaid spent
Monday at the Frank Murray home.
Mrs. Henson of Spangle has been
visiting old neighbors and friends in
Joe Kincaid has been quite sick
-Mrs. Henson of Spangle and Mrs.
Ben Henson and two children visit
ed from Sunday until Monday at the
Word was received Wednesday of
the death of the infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Tash, formerly of this
neighborhood, at Dixie, Wash.
Lester Brown has been elected and
installed as Secretary of Ewartsille
Grange to fill the vacancy caused by
the resignation of George Whitten.
George expects soon to go to Cali
fornia to enter a business college.
Harvest In this neighborhood is
not as yet finished. P. E. Hungate
is still combining spring wheat, and
J. R. Fulfs is threshing alfalfa. E.
_!. Snyder last week threshed a small
field of spring oats.
SIMPLE NEW REMEDY
HAS POWERFUL ACTION
It seems strange to many people
in Pullman that the simple mixture
of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
compounded in Adler-i-ka, has such
a quick, powerful action. Our cus
tomers state that JUST A SINGLE
DOSE usually relieves sour stomach,
gas on the stomach and constipation
so quickly that it is really astonish
ing. Many say Adler-i-ka is the best
bowel and stomach remedy we ever
sold. White's Drug Store.
Tickling in the throat, hoarseness,
loss of voice, indicate the need of
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP.
It eases the lungs, quiets the cough
and restores health in the bronchial
tubes. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per
bottle. Sold by Watt's Pharmacy.
FOR SALELot 4, block 11 of
Reaneys Second Add. to Pullman;
has eight-room house, closets, bath,
sewer, frost-proof cellar; barn and
woodshed; is situated four doors
from entrance to college campus on
Maiden Lane. This property must
be sold to close an estate. For par
ticulars address W. R. Belvale, ad
ministrator, Palouse, Wash.
Beautiful Hair, a Joy Forever
If you have a beautiful head of
hair, try to keep it. If you have not,
try to get It. Meritol Hair Tonic
keeps the scalp clean, promotes a
healthy growth of beautiful hair, and
keeps It soft and lustrous. Try it.
H. S. Qroat, Exclusive Agency.
A large line of Hallowe'en nov
elties at the Variety Store. Oct.*
You can make better bread with
Plelschman's Yeast. Phone 39.
Oct24 C. R. SANDERS CO.
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ARE BEING SPENT
yearly in the education of the development and increased producing qualities of on
Right in our midst are a body of men who are giving their lives in lecturing on th
possibilities of the increased yielding protensities of our soil. "/;
Are we going to heed what they say, or are we going to shirk our responsibilities and
continue in our hit and miss fashion? Or are we going at this scientifically a H
reap every dollar our land will produce.
Every farmer realizes the necessity of fertilizing scientifically and economically a A
that can only be accomplished with the use of the
International Low-Lift Manure
Features of the New Low Lift
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TOP of box is only waist high Extra wide wheels, giving ample traction
A beater of large diameter power
Staggered spokes cast solidly in the hub
A simple device for adjusting the apron An an §"le steel main frame is trussed like
tension a bridge
LET US PUT ONE ON YOUR RANCH AND GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL
T. C. MARTIN
THAT IMPLEMENT MAN PULLMAN, WASH.
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I %M b Women's Stylish Fal
| Si? and Winter Suits
- I/x7 I I There is a variety in generous fullness at this, the most far
■ 11 -?; i - iE> \ reaching and authoritative display of Pall Fashions Iwe ; have ever
i ll -* i: - 'uiffm announced. For the woman who is undecided, there are many happy
- 'll * f:l'^ M>:/>f/ ' solutions that will save time and conserve energy, and the condition
- WiM'i^olf is met at the lowest possible outlay consistent with true worth. For
: J $M%W&&fl the woman who has definite and fixed ideas of style, the certainty
= \/Pft'^;S^!\f of satisfaction is absolute, for this condition was closely before ua
- WxMSA ;^> -?-_______£ the models which you will find in our store at
= P^&ijf SPECIAL PRICES SATURDAY
! B»|. Some More Specials for Saturday
i mi rip Dress goods in tans ' blues, grays and fancy mixtures;
I 7^is|sASl% °°d values at 7. 5e— Saturday 58 cents per yard.
- RV^lP^l'-W Ladies' waists, winter weight in plain gray and fancy patterns;
\ KjC^^W(a regular $1.50 values; Saturday only 98 cents.
\ _»*^ A feW ladies' coats in large sizes; this year's styles;
: i^HISJp? regular $10.00 values; going at $5.98 Saturday.
| A Great Reduction in Sweater Coafc
: Men's regular $8.00 values; Saturday only $6.50
: -Men's regular $6.00 values; Saturday only $5.25
: Men's regular $5.50 values; Saturday onyl $4.75
j Men's regulra $5.00 values; Saturday only $4.60
: Men's regular $3.25 values; Saturday only $2.85
j (Jhildren 's regular $3.50 values; Saturday only $2.75
: Children's regular $2.00 values; Saturday only $1.65
j Children's regular $1.75 values ; Saturday only $1.39
j Children's regular $1.25 values: Saturday only 98c
| Are You Going to Pass these Bargains Up?
You can't Afford to do It!
I C. R. Sanders Co.
j GENERAL STORE= sQ ~— STATE BANK BLD&